OT: Sturgeon's Law and other eponymous laws
Sturgeon's Law applies to technical communications. :-)
If you need to look this up (as I did), you can find it directly in Wikipedia or along with a ton of other eponymous laws: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_eponymous_laws.
Happy diversion from work!
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